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Adventure No.5

 

manchester - london

On the SUSTRANS Network

 

SUSTRANS

 

Doing so much riding this year has given me an appreciation for the subtle differences between types of riding. I decided I needed a new bike to fill the 'long road ride with a bit of off occasional gravel path' niche, and after a careless bit of EBay bidding, accidentally bought a GT Grade...and it was in Manchester. The only logical thing to do was to pick it up, and ride it the 250 miles back to London using solely the Sustrans national cycle network.

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